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Google: Android Market has 100,000 Apps

Following unofficial reports that the Android Market had surpassed 100,000 applications, Google has confirmed this is the case...

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Couchpubtato Lets Your CouchDB Store PubSubHubbub Feeds

Couchpubtato brings together PubSubHubbub and CouchDB, giving you the ability to turn your feeds into real-time streams and then make any Couch database act as a subscriber endpoint. Couchpubtato converts incoming XML RSS and ATOM feed data into JSON Activity Streams format. Here's an example: To set up Couchpubtato, you'll...

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Droid Pro Appears at Verizon for $299?

If you're looking to get some BlackBerry up in your Droid, brace yourself for a premium price. Motorola's Droid Pro worldphone was just spotted at a Verizon test website for $299 on-contract and as much as $700 unsubsidized. Should the 1GHz unit arrive as shown without a chunky rebate of...

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The Galaxy Player Looks Like One Sweet Android iPod Touch

We'd gotten a quick look at the Galaxy Player before, but not like this: a nearly three minute video that shows that Samsung's brought a gun to the iPod Touch gunfight.

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Intel Broaches Fresh Barrel-o-Linux

Intel is not just a chip maker, but also a peddler of Linux and VxWorks operating systems for embedded devices thanks to its $884m acquisition last year of Wind River. This week, the semiconductor giant's Wind River subsidiary rolled out Wind River Linux, which...

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